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The Office of Career Services is proud to announce the Executives in Residence program, designed to bring professionals into our offices to help us better serve our students and prepare them for the job search and more importantly, their careers.

As the leader in career education, we stress the value of bringing people from various industries to interact with our students in a variety of ways; from in-class presentations, to mock-interviews, and networking events. It’s important that students get access to a diverse amount of knowledge from a variety of sources as building a successful career plan takes a lot of work!

Preparing for the working world after being immersed in a comprehensive education can feel incredibly overwhelming. Our Industry Specialists work countless hours meeting with students, researching industry trends, and collaborating with faculty and employers to provide the most up to date knowledge on hiring trends.

We are joined by Gary Anderson, once a customer advocate of a multi-billion dollar corporation, and Jean Turner, retired Director of Human Resources, still actively involved in the community. You can read their full bios here.

This is a one-of-a-kind opportunity for Stevenson students to get assistance transitioning into the professional workforce.

During the summer, you MUST make an appointment to meet with the Executives in Residence by calling Career Services at 443.352.4477.


As we begin a new semester here at Stevenson University, the staff of Career Services took some time to reflect on 2016 and make a list of the accomplishments we were most proud of in the last year. As an office whose primary goal is to serve students in reaching their career goals, you can usually find us in counseling appointments, meeting employers about potential jobs and internship opportunities, in class presentations talking to students about building their personal brands, or around campus hosting a variety of events, and developing new career content....Click here to read more.

Every year, staff members in the Office of Career Services attend the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) annual conference to connect with professionals in our industry in addition to developing new insights and skills through professional development workshops....Click here to read more.

The Fall 2015 semester is coming to an end, which means hibernating over Winter Break is closer than ever; however, there are quite a few tasks that you could be doing to prepare for the following semesters. ...Click here to read more.

Many students come into college thinking they want to go to medical school. It sounds great, right? Rumors are that the pay is good, the opportunities endless, and the prestige high. For some students, medicine is a passion. If their grades, MCAT scores, and research/clinical experiences are excellent, then by all means, they should pursue it. However, what many don’t realize is that there are plenty of options in the healthcare field that often go unconsidered and are of equal importance to the medical field....Click here to read more.